September 6, 2005

Volume 102, Issue 7

Stories from the September 6, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

What’s the deal with… children on leashes in University Yard?

You’re throwing a Frisbee with your roommate. They’re rolling a ball to their line buddy. You’re on your way to anthropology. They’re taking a break from the alphabet. From nearby daycare centers, they travel to University Yard – typically by way of wagon or leash. Randa Steblez, director of the Owl School, a daycare center […]

Men’s soccer splits at D.C. College Cup

The 2005 men’s soccer season opened Sept. 2 against American in the first game of the 2005 D.C. College Cup, a tournament it failed to win. The GW squad endured 110 minutes of arduous play on Georgetown University’s North Kehoe Field to leave with a 1-1 tie. The squad took its energy into the next […]

GW Expat: My landlord, my general

As the general lay on my bed with a gun resting on his chest, holding court in my bedroom, I began to wonder what I had gotten myself into. After a week in Cairo, and after seeing endless apartments, my roommates and I were about to sign our first lease on an apartment. Moktar, my […]

Column: Scheduling success

After reading every message board complaint and being stopped on the street by people that only talk to me about GW basketball, about the supposed lackluster nature of the 2005-2006 GW men’s basketball schedule, it was time. Time to attempt to explain the logic behind Director of Athletics Jack Kvancz and head coach Karl Hobbs’ […]

Randolph caps Welcome Week

It may not have been the best week ever for everyone on campus, but this year’s Welcome Week did offer quality entertainment and good times to new students and upperclassmen alike. The annual 10-day event aimed at offering students everything from free club dancing in the Smith Center to a student organization open house in […]